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Cops are hunting this suspect who they believe robbed the North Fork bank branch on Livingston Street on Aug. 6.

According to police, the 6-foot, 175-pound man entered the branch, which is just east of Smith Street, at around noon, pulled a black handgun and threatened the teller.

The teller handed over a unreleased amount of cash, sending the robber on his way.

The 40- to 45-year-old was last seen wearing a black cap, gray jacket, black pants, black sneakers and a salt-and-pepper mustache, cops said.

He was also toting a black bag.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Crimestoppers hotline at (800) 577-TIPS. Police say that all calls are kept confidential.

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